Understand Your Space and Avoid Change Orders, Miscalculations, and Production Errors.
As experienced surveyors, engineers, and modelers with decades of working in geospatial and measurement sciences, we understand the immeasurable importance floor flatness and levelness have on a building project. One misalignment or problem with a flooring could throw off an entire project, in turn causing production delays, future revenue loss, or other building problems. Simply knowing this vital information about a space can have an immense effect on a project moving forward in a more timely and cost-effective manner. While traditional methods of measuring flatness are expensive and incredibly time-consuming, through the advanced technology of 3D laser scanning, TrueScan can help you assess and understand the floor flatness and levelness of your building or construction space in an exponentially quicker and more comprehensive manner.
View an Example Floor Flatness and Levelness Report from TrueScan
When providing a floor flatness and levelness service to a client, TrueScan works to deliver the most accurate and precise information available. TrueScan’s reports couple with point clouds and 3D models to give a client a full 360-degree view of their space.
Click the button on the top-right corner of the report to view it in full screen.
Prevent Time, Revenue, and Client Confidence Loss.
As the economy of the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry has shifted and fluctuated over the course of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic, TrueScan understands that production and materials costs are rising. These costs rise, the industry becomes more competitive, forcing contractors and AEC professionals to make sure they have the utmost confidence in their data and project plans to keep budgets and profit thresholds in the best possible spot. One of the key elements of keeping costs low and profits high on a project is understanding a space’s floor flatness and levelness. A detailed scan and report from TrueScan can give you and your team essential information such as flatness change, elevation analysis, and cut & fill data. TrueScan provides the data and tools you need to understand and work within your space – from the ground up.
What Flatness Information Does TrueScan Provide?
Heat Map – We provide you with a precise yet easy-to-understand heat map that shows the change in flatness across the entire space.
Contour Map – TrueScan can share a detailed contour map showing the various elevation changes across the flooring.
Cut & Fill Analysis – Coupled with the heat and contour maps, TrueScan can provide an all-encompassing cut & fill analysis that allows team members to see what areas need cut or filled to present complete flatness and optimal level.
TrueScan makes it easier for us to be successful with our clients and provide deliverables that others cannot. We have the confidence and trust to send them to our client's facilities all over the region and they represent L&F like one of our own. We can't think of a better partner than TrueScan to expand our service offerings.
Gregory Buccola, LEED AP BD+C
Director of Structural Marketing
Luckett & Farley
Invest in Spatial Analysis and the Success of Your Project
Whether it’sregarding floor flatness, spatial analysis, or other building needs, our veteran surveyors, modelers, and engineers want you and your team to work with the best possible data in the most efficient ways. Something as seemingly simple as floor levelness could easily derail a project and cause you and your team thousands of dollars and excessive hours in time on change orders. Invest in a trusted provider of floor flatness and measurement science and make sure you know more, risk less, and build better. Contact a member of TrueScan’s team today for a free quote tailored to your needs.